We out here breaking high temperature records in November with temperatures in the 80s! As you can see from the Tweet below from the Weather Prediction Center, there were many locations across the Midwest and Northeast that broke records for high temperatures today. Muncie was one of those locations, for the second consecutive day. We reached a high of 81°F today and 83°F yesterday, both good enough for records.
This is all going to change drastically tomorrow. First of all, let’s talk about tonight. Overnight, we will see mild temperatures continuing, as the low only reaches into the low 60s with mostly clear skies.
Listen to the WCRD audio brief below for more details.
As mentioned in the audio brief, tomorrow we will see a cold front move through in the afternoon. We will begin the day staying mild, and temperatures will reach 76°F for the high temperature before we cool down from the front. This front is located below, very clearly seen across the western part of the plains.
This front will make its way across the country, developing a strong mid-latitude cyclone along it tomorrow as well. This front will pass through in the evening, but we will see rain showers and the slight chance for thunderstorms through the afternoon and evening, beginning after 4pm.
After this front passage, temperatures will remain much more seasonable for this time of year, with highs in the 50s and 60s for the next week. Rain chances return this weekend.
Fall temperatures are on the way, so bring back the pumpkin spice and flannels!
–WCRD Weather Forecaster Jordan Wolfe